Hotel La Suite Kobe Harborland
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... off to place my order. I looked around and saw I was the only non-Japanese in the place.
The meal @ 1050 Yen came promptly. It looked even better than the window display: a shrimp, a scallop and 2 small pieces of chicken (all tempura-style), miso soup, shredded cabbage, some sauces, a small steamed vegetable dish and a relish of some kind.
The woman had somehow figured out I was a Westerner, so she had served me ice water instead of the hot water she ...
... We ate a lunch at a ramen shop and then headed back over to the Peace Park where we visited the Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims, the Children's Peace Monument and the A-bomb Dome. Hiroshima also has a castle that we went to when it got dark before taking the train back to Osaka.
Friday morning we had to be out of the hotel bright and early because our train for the airport left at 6:17am. We took the 8am flight to Sapporo and made it back in time for me ...
... br> the one kilometre drive to the hotel. There were several moments
where I was convinced we'd lose the bag while going around corners
and narrowly avoiding other cars, but we somehow made it to the hotel
with ourselves and the skis intact.
Day 1 – Friday 21 December
Day 1 was a lot more relaxed than the
night before. Had lunch at a small japanese eatery that was delicious
for about $13 of small meals (mainly businessmen for a quick bite ...
... our relationship' but she had just barely gotten through the "do these denim shorts make my bum look fat" stage and we were already pulling into Shin Osaka.
Osaka is a massive Japanese city with a transportation infrastructure that most cities can only dream about- I'm sure that once you've lived there for a while it all becomes second nature. For us, trying to get from one point to the next was going to be a key part of the Osaka experience and given ...
... reasons has no blades. An empty circle, which blows air into the room, as if it was a complete fan... Amazing! In all the countries I've visited, things looked and worked like in Europe (if at all they were available and worked). On this island however, the same development has taken place, but they have not looked around and copied, but invented their very own stuff... or they have looked around and immensly improved our ...